Sescom has introduced a series of extenders to carry audio over fiber optic cable.
Sescom said the audio can extend for miles with no degradation over long distances. The fiber is immune to EMI and RFI.
The technology allows secure transmission with higher bandwidths and uses standard RCA, XLR and Phoenix pluggable audio connectors. The devices, which can stand alone or be rack-mounted, enable cascaded audio set-ups.
The devices are available in two and four channel versions.
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